Cults That Kill Probing the Underworld of Occult Crime A shocking expose of the pervasive influence and growing threat of violence relating to satanic cults across America The author had unparalleled cooperation of police investigators and practitioners a

  • Title: Cults That Kill: Probing the Underworld of Occult Crime
  • Author: Larry Kahaner
  • ISBN: 9780446356374
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • A shocking expose of the pervasive influence and growing threat of violence relating to satanic cults across America The author had unparalleled cooperation of police investigators and practitioners alike to present this heavily researched, informational account.

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    1. Holy penis was this book a one tough cookie to rate, and I am here to tell you why that is.Cults That Kill was written in late 80's, which I suppose was on the high of frantic satanic and occultist period around America. When everyone was hysteric about it, it was trendy and seemingly a many of the things that happened have been debunked since then.Satanism and worshiping of Satan came to Finland around 90's or so. The many church burning incidents in other parts of The Northern Star such as in [...]

    2. As a child of the 80s, I grew up in the midst of the "Satanic Panic" that had many parents convinced that there were satanists waiting around every corner, looking for the chance to pervert their innocent little boys and girls. I was there, in the thick of it, for things like 'Michelle Remembers' and Geraldo Rivera's special on Satanism. My best friend in junior high school owned a Satanic Bible and was an official member of the Temple of Set.So for me, a book like this is a bit like a trip down [...]

    3. I was so excited to read this that I loaded it up onto kindle as a beach read (strange, I know)I was expecting some stories about cults that go out and kill people, or cults in generalis book was mainly about Satanism, with a bit of Santeria thrown in. so disappointing. there were so many mentions of baby murder/eating and animal sacrifice, and child abuse. it got repetitive. plus the formatting on my kindle was terrible and there were typos on every page. plus it was just not that well written [...]

    4. This non fiction book os full of real police reports and peolpe who once or are in cults. The book really let's you know what goes on around in the worlds religions. I even read of cults that,are near my home. This book helps you understand about the diffrent types of cult, they're rituals, beliefs, and more. This book is very grafic and should not be read by an immature audiance. Yet it is a good book that I recremend to those who are intrested in learning about the cult and acctivitys. It's go [...]

    5. I'll finish this one very soon, it's highly unlikely my opinion will change in the next thirty pages, and there's no reason to keep anyone in suspense, so I'll go ahead and review it. The other day I got an impulse to go to the used bookstore and try trading some books. I ended up going to every used bookstore on Broadway between 1st and Cedar and trading all the books I brought. This book I found at the jumbled bookstore I think it's called the Denver Book Fair and one half is vintage porn maga [...]

    6. This book consists mostly of transcripts of interviews that Kahaner conducted with cops who specialized in Occult Crimes, which is why it reads like a horrible 80s cop show. And is also why it's AMAZING. ex.:"People who have a lot of books are serious. It takes a lot of effort to study books." -Detective Cleo Wilson, p. 92 ex. 2: "I said to Cleo, 'This is evil. This is EXORCIST shit.' That movie scared the living piss out of me. Being a Catholic it scared me." -Detective Bill Wickersham, p. 9Ala [...]

    7. Do I sound like a horrible jaded person if I say this was all kind of not interesting/horrifying as I expected it to be? I mean, there was nothing in this book scarier than a typical episode of Law and Order SVU. Very meh. Plus, I'm pretty sure most of the cult stuff discussed within has been debunked so there is that.

    8. While the information is dated, it is still a great read for anyone associated with law enforcement.

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